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Tanks of the Early IDF - History of the IDF Armoured Corps Vol.3

Product code:  42602MIL
Volume 3 covers a major change in Israel’s ability to obtain modern tanks, with the United Kingdom and the United States finally agreeing to supply them. The British made the first sale of post-World War II Centurion tanks, which then opened the door for other countries to also sell the same tank to Israel. The Americans slightly over-complicated an initial sale of M48 Pattons via West Germany, and then finally opened the door to direct sales to Israel. In the meantime, though, there was still a...

British Sniping Rifles since 1970: L42A1, L96A1 and L115A3

Product code:  42350MIL
In response to the challenge of the Soviet Dragunov self-loading rifle, the British Army adopted the 7.62mm L42A1 bolt-action sniping rifle in 1970. The L42A1 was deployed in Dhofar and Northern Ireland, but arguably saw its finest hour during the Falklands War in 1982. The harsh conditions of the South Atlantic laid bare the L42A1's inadequacies and a new company, Accuracy International, won the contract to replace the L42A1 and the PM Rifle, a world-beating revolutionary design, was adopted in...

Honours, Decorations, and Medals to The Royal Corps of Signals for Gallantry & Distinguished Service 1920-2020

Product code:  64311MIL
In every year since the formation of The Royal Corps of Signals in 1920, its officers and soldiers have been formally recognised for their gallantry and distinguished services on operations across the globe and their vital contribution to the wider tasks undertaken by the British Army. Published by the Royal Signals Institution in celebration of the 2020 centennial this volume records all honours, decorations, and medals awarded since 1920. It includes a wealth of long-forgotten and rarely-seen ...

Desert Eagle TWR-2 Patton Wrecks Magach 3/5/6/6M/7/7C/6B in the IDF Part 2

Product code:  DEPTWR02
This series looks at tank wrecks of the IDF. As they finished their service, tank wrecks were brought to the army base where they rusted internally and externally. This book describes the machine wreck in detail, accompanied by a plethora of colour photos.

Frituur Zorro Restorations Vol.3

Product code:  34124MIL
This book is about restoring WW2 vehicles to their original state. They were often deteriorated and left behind, sometimes not more than wrecks. Various projects are collected in this volume, in word and deed. Projects from participants from around the world.

Chars En Normandie Ete 1944 le Choc

Product code:  03403MIL
French Language Book. Prepared in the greatest secrecy, Operation Overlord is one of the most daring offensives of the Second World War. It is necessary to escort tens of thousands of soldiers across the Channel, to make them cross the beaches defended by the Germans and prevent them from blocking the offensive. However, a very specific weapon has become increasingly important since the annexation of Poland by Nazi Germany, the battle tank. The operations in Normandy will consolidate the prepond...

De l'AMX 13 au Leclerc

Product code:  03434MIL
French Language Book. Building on the development of several war machines that have marked their time, the Issy-les-Moulineaux Construction Workshops have been one of the jewels of the French military industry. It was on them that the French Army was going to rely in particular, at the end of the Second World War, to begin an ambitious rearmament program. Thus will be developed the light tank AMX 13 which will know an incredible success, as well on the national territory as for export, thanks to...

Tankograd 3044 Reforger 88 Certain Challenge

Product code:  03044MIL
The REFORGER 88 Certain Challenge field training exercise took place under the ‘AirLand Battle’ doctrine, at the army group level and was led by two corps: V (US) Corps and VII (US) Corps. It became the largest ever exercise of the REFORGER manoeuvre series, approximately 125,000 soldiers were involved: American, German, Canadian, French and Danish. The command and umpire sections alone were 10,000 strong. In the field were 15,000 wheeled vehicles, 7,000 tracked vehicles (including 1,095 M60, M1...

Tankograd 5090 DACHS - The Dachs Armoured Engineer Vehicle in German Army Service

Product code:  05090MIL
After the failure of the project to develop the Armoured Engineer Machine and to close the existing equipment gap in the Bundeswehr’s Engineer Corps, a solution was sought and found in the Pionierpanzer 2A0 Dachs AEV. The first of its kind was handed over in 1989. The early 2000s saw new equipment introduced and led to the new storage concept (Neues Verstaukonzept, or NVK) and from 2006 the new Pionierpanzer 2A0 NVK Dachs was fielded. Up till March 2021 a total of eleven Dachs armoured engineer ...

Tankograd 8011 Unimog Trucks of the Swiss Army

Product code:  08011MIL
As the first military customer and as one of the first export customers, the Swiss Army received its initial four Unimog U25-series trucks as early as 1950. After a longer period of testing, the Unimog S was procured from 1961 onwards. The Unimog which were purchased in large numbers, were primarily used as tactical vehicles with various superstructures and mission kits by different branches of the armed forces. After the Dieseli and Unimog S were taken out of service, various more modern Unimog...

Tankograd 9034 CVR(T) Variants

Product code:  09034MIL
Development of vehicles of the CVR(T) family and their introduction into service with the British Army 50 years ago can be considered a revolution in the field of conducting armoured reconnaissance. Never before had the attributes of mobility, speed, protection and firepower been combined so perfectly in one type of vehicle. Being constantly upgraded, they are still capable of performing their tasks under the current military mission range, despite the fact that they have been in service for hal...

Tankograd 9033 CVR(T) Scorpion-Scimitar-Sabre

Product code:  09033MIL
Development of vehicles of the CVR(T) family and their introduction into service with the British Army 50 years ago can be considered a revolution in the field of conducting armoured reconnaissance. Never before had the attributes of mobility, speed, protection and firepower been combined so perfectly in one type of vehicle. Being constantly upgraded, they are still capable of performing their tasks under the current military mission range, despite the fact that they have been in service for hal...